Félicitations aux récipiendaires de prix de la SCN 2022

Distinction Fellow de la SCN-CNS

Stephanie Ann Atkinson, PhD, DSc (honoris causa), FCAHS, FASN
Professor 
Department of Pediatrics
McMaster University
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Catherine Field, RD, PhD
Professor
Agricultural Food and Nutritional Science
University of Alberta
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David W.L. Ma, PhD
Professor and Director
Guelph Family Health Study
University of Guelph
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Susan Whiting, PhD
Distinguished Professor Emerita, Nutrition
College of Pharmacy and Nutrition
University of Saskatchewan
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Prix de reconnaissance professionnelle de la SCN :

Khursheed Jeejeebhoy Award for Best Application of Clinical Nutrition Research Findings to Clinical Practice
Johane P. Allard, FRCPC, MD
University of Toronto
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Supported by Abbott Laboratories Co.
Young Investigator Award for Outstanding Research

Carla Prado, PhD, RD
University of Alberta
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 Supported by Abbott Laboratories Co.
INMD / CNS – Early Career Researcher Partnership Prize
 
Dana Lee Olstad, PhD, RD
University of Calgary
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 Supported by CNS and CIHR-INMD
Earle Willard McHenry Award for Distinguished Service in Nutrition

Heather Keller, RD, PhD, FDC, FCAHS
University of Waterloo
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Supported by Fresenius Kabi
Allied Health Award in Nutrition Care
 
Roseann Nasser, MSc, RD, FDC, CNSC

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Supported by Nestlé Health Science
 
Prix de service
President's Volunteer Leadership Award
Jim House, PhD - University of Manitoba
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Supported by the Canadian Nutrition Society

 

Prix de la dissertation
PhD Dissertation Award for Outstanding Research
Anne-Julie Tessier, RD, PhD - Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
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Supported by Centrum

 

Prix d’excellence des résumés

Clinical Nutrition Research Abstract Award

Matineh Rastegar Panah - University of Toronto
Serum ascorbic acid and male reproductive hormones

Supported by the Canadian Nutrition Society
Thematic Conference Abstract Award

Tianna Rusnak - University of Alberta
A dose response study on the modulatory effect of dietary phosphatidylcholine on T cell function and intestinal barrier integrity
Supported by the Canadian Nutrition Society
George Beaton Award for Student Work in Public Health Nutrition
 
Samer Hamamji - University of Toronto
Development of a Food Choices Assessment Score According to Canada’s 2019 Dietary Guidelines Recommendations, Using the Canadian Health Measures Survey

Supported by the University of Toronto - Department of Nutritional Sciences
Mohammed Moghadasian Award for Student Research in the Application of Nutrition in Cardiovascular Disease

Maryam Samsamikor - University of Manitoba
Effects of hemp seed protein and hemp seed protein hydrolysate-derived peptides on 24hr blood pressure
 
 Supported by the Moghadasian Family
The Gordon F. Mutch Young Investigator Award in Diabetes Research
 
Zeyu Yang - University of Toronto
Effects of micronutrients on diet-induced obesity and characteristics of metabolic syndrome development in adult C57BL/6J mice

Supported by the Mutch Family
 

Prix de reconnaissance des étudiants des cycles supérieurs /
Bourse de voyage commémorative Christine Gagnon

Supported by Nestlé Nutrition

Winners

Announced at the CNS Awards Banquet

1st Place
Audrey Moyen, McGill University - "Relative validation of an artificial intelligence-enhanced, image-assisted mobile application for dietary assessment in healthy adults and adults with diabetes"
2nd Place
He Helen Huang, Université de Sherbrooke - "Vitamin B-12 intake from dairy but not meat is associated with decreased risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency in older adults"
3rd Place
Zeyu Yang, University of Toronto - "Effects of micronutrients on diet-induced obesity and characteristics of metabolic syndrome development in adult C57BL/6J mice"

Finalists

Abstract Title

Nadia Flexner, University of Toronto
Estimating the nutritional and health impact of implementing front-of-pack labelling in Canada:  a macrosimulation modeling study using the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS)-Nutrition 2015 Public Use Microdata File 
Samer Hamamji, University of Toronto
Development of a Food Choices Assessment Score According to Canada’s 2019 Dietary Guidelines Recommendations, Using the Canadian Health Measures Survey
Sarah Jarvis,  University of Toronto
Plant-based dietary patterns and nutritional adequacy among Canadian adults: Analysis of the 2015 CCHS-Nutrition
Maryam Samsamikor, University of Manitoba
Effects of hemp seed protein and hemp seed protein hydrolysate-derived peptides on 24hr blood pressure 
Tabitha Williams, University of Waterloo
Assessing alignment of adults’ eating patterns with Canada's Food Guide recommendations on food choices: Development and preliminary testing of a brief screener 

Concours d’affiches
Supported by Nestlé Nutrition

Winners

Announced at the CNS Awards Banquet

1st Place
Dana Lowry, University of Calgary - "Co-administration of maternal antibiotics and prebiotics alters offspring gut microbiota and obesity risk"
2nd Place
Michelle Nguyen, University of Toronto - "Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and weight gain in children and adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies and randomized controlled trials"
3rd Place
Emily Ziraldo, University of Toronto - "An assessment of sodium levels in the Canadian packaged food supply in 2020"

Finalists

Abstract Title

Zoe Bye, University of Saskatchewan
Dietary quality of plant-based and omnivore diets in Canada
Nicole Ingham, McGill University
A weak social environment is associated with high nutritional risk status in a cohort of older aged Canadian adults
Hadis Mozaffari, University of British Columbia
Prevalence and patterns of dietary diversity among Europeans: secondary analysis of the EPIC-InterAct Study
Raniru Randunu, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Supplementing betaine and creatine to parenteral nutrition in neonatal pigs reduces blood pressure in adulthood without affecting the expression of methylation-regulated key genes involved in the renin-angiotensin system
Yahan Yang, University of Toronto
Longitudinal assessment of the energy content of menu items from top Canadian chain restaurants under the menu labelling regulations from 2016 to 2020

« Nutrigraphie » du concours annuel d'infographie de la SCN

Supported by Reckitt / Mead Johnson Nutrition

Winners

Announced at the CNS Awards Banquet

1st Place
Jordyn Grantham, University of Saskatchewan- "Eat2SMILE for Good Oral Health"
2nd Place
Curtis D'Hollander, University of Toronto - "Introducing solid foods to babies"
3rd Place (tie)
Rachael Donnelly, University of Waterloo - "Focus on Fibre"
Dorothy Perelman, Ryerson University - "Probiotics and Gut Health"

Finalists

Nutrigraphic Title

Tressa Alexiuk, University of Manitoba
Diet Patterns and Health in Newcomer Manitoba Youth
Stephanie Davies, Ryerson University
Reduce Your Single Use
Jennifer Halteh, Ryerson University
Lactose Intolerant? Relax. Just take it cheesy!
Samer Hamamji, University of Toronto
Beverages of Choice
Adele Lewis, Ryerson University
Weight Stigmatization in Healthcare
Alison Mildon, University of Toronto
Getting Started with Breastfeeding

 


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